Around park: 15km

The Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, usually called Rijksmuseum, is the the largest and most important national museum of The Netherlands. It is situated between the Stadhouderskade en the Museumplein, in Amsterdam-Zuid. In its over 200 halls, it offers an overview of the Dutch art and history. Among others, the collection consists of works of the 17th century Dutch masters Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Hals. The Rijksmuseum is owned by the state, and it is managed by the Rijksgebouwendienst. Photo: John Lewis Marshall

The Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, usually called the Rijksmuseum, is the largest and most important national museum of the Netherlands. It lies between the Stadhouderskade and Museumplein in Amsterdam-South and offers a large collection of Dutch art and history in its more than 200 rooms. The collection includes works by 17th-century Dutch masters, such as Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Hals. The Rijksmuseum is owned by the government and is managed by the Government Buildings Agency.